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Kinabatangan River safari, Sabah: In search of Borneo's smallest creatures
WA Today

Kinabatangan River safari, Sabah: In search of Borneo's smalle...

A kingfisher bird by night. Photo: Alamy In search of the 'small five' in the remote reaches of Borneo, an island struggling to preserve its rich biodiversity. Aboardan open boat on the khaki-colouredKinabatanganRiver, deep in Borneo, I ... WA Today, 1 month ago

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Is Malaysia's palm oil worth the cost?

By Jennifer Pak BBC News, Sabah 4 August 2015 From the section Asia Deep in the dense jungles of Borneo, a female orangutan hangs from a tree branch with one arm to form a straight line. Her eyes are locked on us and we freeze. The men ...
 BBC2 months ago
Borneo Post Online

Sabah orchids under govt protection

Share this: Masidi (fourth left), Mayor Datuk Abidin Madingkir, Borneo Orchid Society of Sabah (BOSS) president Dato Seri Tengku Dr Zainal Adlin (third left) and vice president Jerry Ong (second right) with 2015 BOSS executive committee members ...
 Borneo Post Online1 week ago
National Geographic

Counting Catsharks in Malaysia

Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia Borneo has a shark problem. Over 100 species of sharks live in this region of the Coral Triangle, a region of highest marine biodiversity in the world. Not only do large sharks like hammerheads, tigers and bull sharks swim ...
 National Geographic4 hours ago
Gulf News

Head of Filipino sultanate that invaded Malaysian state dies

The Kirams claim Sabah has belonged to their sultanate for centuries and was only leased to Malaysia Manila: The leader of a sultanate in the southern Philippines that staged a 2013 invasion of a bustling Malaysian state and sparked a deadly ...
 Gulf News2 weeks ago Filipino sultan who claims bustling Malaysian state dies  Zaman2 weeks ago Head of Filipino sultanate dies  Gulf News2 weeks ago

Flying doctor's chopper grounded due to haze

KUCHING - The haze here has caused a helicopter for the state's flying doctor service to be grounded and the cancellation of several events in the city. The helicopter - one of the three used in the service - has been grounded at the Kuching ...
 Asiaone3 weeks ago
The Hindu

Sumatran rhino extinct in the Malaysian wild

Comment · print · T T T+· T- REUTERS A Sumatran rhino is captured on a trap camera by Borneo Species Programme of WWF-Malaysia on the Borneo island in the Malaysian state of Sabah in this February 25, 2010 photograph. Driven by ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Subsea World News

Aker Supplies Subsea Production System for Rotan Field

zoom Aker Solutions has been awarded a contract from Murphy Sabah Oil Co. to deliver the subsea production system for the Rotan deepwater natural gas development offshore Malaysia. The delivery includes hardware for four subsea wells, a hub ...
 Subsea World News1 week ago Aker Solutions to provide subsea production system for Rotan Development in Malaysia  OilVoice6 days ago Aker Solutions to deliver subsea production system for Rotan (Malaysia)  Offshore Energy Today1 week ago
Malay Mail

From the ashes of a dead tradition, tattoo artists look to make a global name for Sabah

Sabah Tattoo Association acting president Bobby James Aloysius. — Picture by Julia Chan KOTA KINABALU, Sept 14 — Mention the words tattoo and Borneo in the same sentence, and chances are that body art enthusiasts will think of the Malaysian ...
 Malay Mail3 weeks ago
Malaysian Insider

Visitors returning to Sabah as memories of MH370, kidnappings fade

A falling ringgit is bringing back Chinese tourists who stayed away from Sabah after the MH370 tragedy and a spate of kidnappings in the east coast. Here, a group of Chinese nationals disembarking from a boat at the Jesselton Point jetty in Kota ...
 Malaysian Insider3 weeks ago
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